It won’t be long now. The stage is set for two very intriguing title games. In Sunday’s 3 p.m. EST window, it’s the contest that we most care about. The top-seeded Philadelphia Eagles welcome the team many have believed for a month that they’d host in the NFC Championship Game. The Super Bowl is on the line.
The San Francisco 49ers are the oppoenent. They’re worthy of being on the big stage. They’re the owners of a 12-game winning streak that dates back to Week 8 of the regular season. Once Philly disposes of them, hopefully, they’ll kick their feet up and wait on the winner of the AFC Championship Game. That one is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. EST on Sunday.
Former Eagles Head Coach Andy Reid leads the Kansas City Chiefs in a home game versus the Cincinnati Bengals. That’s the second time they have met in the AFC Title Game in as many seasons. We’ll know who the Super Bowl’s participants are by Sunday night’s end. Hopefully, we’ll be painting Glendale midnight green.
Here’s how you watch and/or Stream Super Bowl LVII.
So, what are you thinking? Will the Eagles qualify for their second Super Bowl appearance in five years? Their most recent title game appearance worked out nicely. Let’s hope for a similar showing this time around.
Super Bowl LVII streaming info
- Date: Sunday, February 12th
- Location: Glendale, Arizona at State Farm Stadium
- Start Time: 6:30 p.m. EST
- Channel: FOX
- Live Stream: FuboTV (there are free trials for new subscribers) FOX Sports, & FOX Deportes
Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play) and Greg Olsen (color commentary) will handle the playcalling duties as they’ll do this weekend in the NFC Championship Game. As difficult as it is to avoid the temptation of looking ahead, first things first. The Birds have to take care of business on Sunday.